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|Title: ||Investing on ageing Extending working lives across Europe|
|Authors: ||LORENTI, ANGELO|
|Tutor: ||Golini, Antonio|
|Keywords: ||Ageing; Retirement; Re-employment; Active Ageing; Multilevel;|
|Issue Date: ||14-Jul-2015|
|Abstract: ||Population ageing is a global phenomenon. The implications of this shift in
the age structure are countless, and the financial sustainability of social protection
systems and shrinking workforce are of major concern for governments. As the process
is particularly advanced in EU countries, in recent years, measures aiming at extending
working life have been proposed.
This thesis investigates postretirement work across Europe. The aim is to
identify individual determinants influencing the decision-making process leading to
Moreover, differences in post-retirement employment between EU countries
are investigated. The role of institutional arrangements is examined.
This study confirms results of previous researches, and additionally finds relevant
association between the likelihood of working after retirement and low pension
income. The research also found that economic disincentives on combining pension
and work-related income, negatively impact on the likelihood of working after retirement.
The policy implications are discussed.|
|Appears in PhD:||DEMOGRAFIA|
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